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hey,
i don`t know much about xdoclet. can i integrate xdoclet into netbeans?
thanx
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NetBeans can run Ant build scripts and XDoclet is launched as part of an Ant script, so there's at least one way how you can integrate XDoclet with NetBeans.
 
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thank you for your fast reply.
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Sorry. I haven't used NetBeans. But assuming it can do Ant, it can do XDoclet. I don't know if it has any higher level functions like automcomplete of XDoclet attributes or quick attribute templates like some of the other IDEs do, but that isn't a necessity. Maybe some Netbeans users can comment on their experiences with XDoclet...
 
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